A mostly Haze strain was missing in the seed range of Paradise Seeds until 2008, when this gap was closed with the new Delahaze strain – so the grower Mr. Power Planter was especially curious about the outcome of breeder Luc’s genetic work.Read more
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Drug friends who are not only familiar with cannabis, already know it: Belladonna (literally: beautiful lady) is the common short form used for Atropa Belladonna, also called deadly nightshade. The latin genus term Atropa comes from Atropos, a Greek mythological character. The three Fates of Greek mythology were pictured as old women who spun out every person`s destiny as if it were a thread.Read more
After their big success with Delahaze, breeder Luc from Paradise Seeds strived to create another outstanding haze strain. He was aiming to develop a real haze “bomb”, and this made him think of “Atomical Haze” as a haze strain name suitable for something really explosive. That all took place before the Fukushima catastrophe. Being asked whether he may have thought of changing the name to something non-atomical due to Fukushima.Read more
One of the new feminised strains from Paradise Seeds is named “Allkush”. So nothing but Kush? Taken genetically literally, no - It’s more than just Kush, because Allkush is a mostly indica strain with a quarter part of sativa, she was bred from an Afghani indica and a Southeast Asian mostly sativa strain.Read more
White Berry was part of a „six-pack“ of new feminized Paradise Seeds strains released to the market in 2007. The strain had been called “Hashberry” during development, but was renamed by Paradise Seeds due to the fact that a strain of the same name was available on the seed market from another company already.Read more